Dublin West - Wednesday 4th October
Updated for Finance Act 2016
This extremely practical course deals with all of the issues, which are important to anyone working in, or responsible for, the payroll function. The course covers all of the essential rules in the operation of PAYE, PRSI and the USC and it outlines the rights and obligations of both employers and employees. Whether you are new to payroll or have years of experience, you won't find a more comprehensive or useful course. The course content has been reviewed which results in an interactive and practical course focusing on all of the basics that any payroll operator requires to include numerous examples!
Is this course for you?
- Are you new to payroll?
- Are you working in payroll but totally reliant on your payroll software?
- Do you need to manually calculate PAYE, PRSI and USC liabilities?
- Are you required to explain the figures on a payslip to an employee or explain how their PAYE liability is calculated?
- Do you require an understanding of the basic principles of PAYE, PRSI and USC?
- Are you unsure about the rules relating to the operation of the Emergency, Week 1 and Cumulative basis of tax and USC?
- Are you responsible for issuing P45s and P60s to employees or submitting P30s or P35s to Revenue?
- Understanding your payslip
- Do you require an update on the PRSI classification system?
If so, this is the course for you!
What is covered on the day?
- Why you should not have blind faith in your payroll software
- Revenue Terminology – the lecturer will discuss and explain many of the terms used in the operation of PAYE
- Operation and Calculation of PAYE
- Tax Credits and Standard Rate Cut Off Point explained in detail
- Cumulative Basis
- First Employments
- Commencements with and without a P45 to include new Jobs and Pensions Service
- Emergency Basis with and without a PPS Number
- Temporary Basis
- Week 1/Month 1 (non-cumulative) Basis
- Week 53 to include rules for the USC in Week 53
- The Pay Related Social Insurance (PRSI) System as it applies to both employers and employees to include the tapered PRSI credit
- The Universal Social Charge (USC) dealt with in detail to include new reduced rates
- Revenue Forms - P30, P35, P35L, P35L/T, P35LF, P60 and P45 to include new requirements for 2017
This course will contain a number of practical PAYE, PRSI and USC calculations - please bring a calculator
Who should attend this course?
This is an essential training course for anyone, who is responsible for the payroll function, works in a payroll function or is about to start work in a payroll function. Most people working in payroll have no structured training and they have to operate on the basis of what they have "picked up" over the years. No matter how experienced you are in the operation of PAYE, PRSI and USC we can guarantee that you will learn something new and useful from this course.
Benefits of attending:
- An opportunity to put your questions to a taxation consultant who specialises in this area
- Small groups to allow time for individual attention and queries
- A detailed handout is supplied to each delegate - an invaluable reference document
- 30 day free telephone helpline service following date of course
This practical payroll course is being delivered by IPASS payroll consultants who have unrivalled knowledge and experience in the operation and calculation of PAYE, PRSI and USC.
Attendance at this seminar may qualify for 7 CPD/CPE hours for members of the Institute of Chartered Accountants in Ireland, the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants, the Institute of Certified Public Accountants in Ireland, the Irish Taxation Institute, the Law Society; Accounting Technicians Ireland and other professional bodies.
Courses run from 10.00am - 4.30pm - tea/coffee on arrival. mid-morning & mid-afternoon and lunch will be provided.